Tube Amplifiers Cranked Loud!!

Tube Guitar Amplifiers Cranked Loud

Fender ’65 Deluxe Reverb Tube Amplifier

This video showcases the classic American tones of the Fender ’65 Deluxe Reverb turned up to 10!  Nothing sounds better than a good tube amp cranked to the maximum.  Most of the gigs I do, I don’t get a chance to run this amp all the way up and it was awesome to hear how good this guitar amplifier sounds when it’s running hot.

The 22-watt ’65 Deluxe Reverb® amp is for rock, country or blues players who want a moderately powered amp they can crank up at the gig or in the studio. The full, snappy guitar tones heard on many famous recordings from Memphis to Abbey Road were made using the Deluxe™ amp. Features include dual 6V6 Groove Tubes® output tubes, one 5AR4 rectifier tube, four 12AX7 preamp tubes, two 12AT7 tubes, one 12” 8-ohm Jensen® C-12K speaker, dual channels (normal and vibrato), tube-driven Fender® reverb, tube vibrato, two-button footswitch for reverb and vibrato on-off, black textured vinyl covering and silver grille cloth.

Fender Super-Sonic 60 Tube Amplifier

The Fender Super-Sonic 60 is a 60 watt tube combo amplifier that really sings when cranked right up! Just a warning, the volume this amp puts out is devistating to the ears so wear some ear plugs!

Super-Sonic™ amplifiers are the favorite tool of pro guitarists in many different musical genres who love to create glorious Fender® clean tones and expressive modern high-gain tones with one no-nonsense tube amp. The vintage channel is based on two legendary Fender favorites, and the awesome burn channel ignites musical inspiration with overdrive flavors ranging from bluesy to flame-throwing. The Super-Sonic 60 delivers increased bass response and fatter tone, and its heavily saturated tube overdrive and sustain can be fine-tuned without masking the tonal character of your guitar. And by popular demand, the new Super-Sonic 60 models are available in two classic cosmetic treatments – Black/Silver and 1961-style Blonde/Oxblood, both with ivory “radio” knobs and flowing 1960s script logo.



Peavey Delta Blues vs Fender Deluxe Reverb vs VOX AC-15 Tremolo/Vibrato Test

Peavey versus Fender versus Vox Amplifier Test

I love on board Tremolo, I think there’s no pedal that can really capture the vibe like an on board Tremolo can.

Here’s 3 Amplifiers and their own unique on board Tremolo including the VOX AC15, Fender Deluxe Reverb and Peavey Delta Blues.

Hope you enjoy the video above, it should answer all your questions regarding each amplifiers effect and how it will sound.

Fender 65 Deluxe Reverb Amplifier Video Reviews

Fender 65 Deluxe Reverb Amplifier Video Reviews

Above: Fender ’65 Deluxe Overview Demo Video

Above: Fender ’65 Deluxe Demo Video #1

Above: Fender ’65 Deluxe Demo Video #2

Above: Fender ’65 Deluxe Demo Video #3 – Cranking up the volume loud.  Pushing the amp into natural overdrive.

About the Fender ’65 Deluxe Reverb:

The fat, snappy guitar tones heard on many of our favorite recordings, from Memphis to Abbey Road, were made using the Deluxe.

  • 22 watts into 8 Ohms
  • Two 6V6 Groove Tube output tubes
  • One 5AR4 rectifier tube
  • Four 12AX7 preamp tubes
  • Two 12AT7 tubes
  • 1 x 12″ 8 Ohm Jensen C-12K speaker
  • Dual channels (Normal and Vibrato)
  • Tube driven Fender® Reverb
  • Tube Vibrato
  • Two-button footswitch for Reverb and Vibrato on/off
  • Black textured vinyl with silver grille cloth
  • 17.5″ H x 24.5″ W x 9.5″ D, 42 lbs.
  • Official Site

Although this amp is only rated at 22 watts, it’s simply LOUD.  It sounds great when it’s cranked but it can be too much for certain rooms and clubs.  Getting it to break up naturally can mean having the amp really, really loud.  It has no problems keeping up with a Hot Rod Deluxe, except the tonal qualities of this amp is way nicer.  (or at least I think so). :-)